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Slippery Elm

Posted by Seasons9k 8 (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 26, 12 at 10:58

I've been trying to locate a tree nursery that sells "slippery elm" seedlings. Please, does anyone know where I could find some? I read somewhere that Slippery Elm and American Elm are very similar but I'm not so sure if the substitution would be good enough for an herbal remedy using its bark.


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RE: Slippery Elm

Try Horizon Herbs and Forest Farm.

FataMorgana


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